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Instruction Manual

SC 45TW
Bronze

#SC 45TW-BR 18

Scanjet Marine AB
SALES OFFICE FACTORY
Södra Långebergsgatan 36 Törnedalsgatan 1
P.O. Box 9316 P.O. Box 2
SE-400 97 Göteborg, Sweden SE-275 21 Sjöbo
Telephone +46 313 387 530 Telephone +46 416 513 100
Telefax +46 313 387 540 Telefax +46 416 511 656
E-mail office@scanjet.se E-mail factory@scanjet.se
Web www.scanjet.se VAT SE556291242701
This Manual Applies for the Following Products:

Type Date

SC 45TW - Bronze 2018-09-26


SC 45TW - Rubber Bumper 2018-09-26

Spare Parts Department


Contact Information
Read “10. How to Order Spare Parts” on page 27

Scanjet Marine AB
Törnedalsgatan 1
P.O. Box 2
SE-275 21 Sjöbo, Sweden
Telephone +46 416 513 100
Telefax +46 416 511 656
E-mail spares@scanjet.se

This manual is intended to assist in the handling and operation of


the Scanjet SC 45TW Tank Cleaning System. Continuous product
improvement is the policy of Scanjet Marine AB and we reserve the right
to alter the specifications at any time without prior notice.

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Contents
1. Introduction................................................................................................... 4
2.  Safety Instructions......................................................................................... 5
3.  General Description....................................................................................... 6
4.  Technical Data............................................................................................... 7
4.1.   Specifications...................................................................................................7
4.2.   Dimensions......................................................................................................8
5.  Performance Data.......................................................................................... 9
6.  Installation Instructions................................................................................ 11
6.1.   Connecting to Supply Line and Starting Up...................................................12
6.2.   Calculation of Cleaning Time.........................................................................13
6.3.   Speed Adjustment.........................................................................................15
7. Operation.................................................................................................... 16
7.1.   During Operation...........................................................................................16
8. Maintenance............................................................................................... 17
8.1.   Preventive Maintenance.................................................................................17
8.2.   Service Kit.....................................................................................................18
8.3.   Service intervals.............................................................................................19
8.4.   Disassembly...................................................................................................20
8.5.   Reassembly...................................................................................................24
9.  Trouble Shooting Guide............................................................................... 26
10.  How to Order Spare Parts.......................................................................... 27
11.  Exploded Drawing - SC 45TW.............................................................................28
12.  Part List - SC 45TW...............................................................................................29
13.  Optional Accessories - Rubber Bumper...............................................................31
13.1.   Exploded Drawing - Rubber Bumper............................................................32
14.  Basic Settings............................................................................................. 33
15.  Service Kit Contents.................................................................................. 35
16.  Spare Part Kit............................................................................................. 36
17.  Tool Kit...................................................................................................... 37
18.  Service Card.............................................................................................. 38

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1.  Introduction

SCANJET SC 45TW is a tank cleaning machine especially developed for cleaning


of cargo and slop-tanks on board chemical and/or product carriers. The size,
construction and cleaning requirements of these tanks are design criteria, which
have been evaluated prior to installation. The SC 45TW could be used as a fixed,
installed machine as well as portable, according to order specifications.
The cleaning procedure is started by open the valve for cleaning media. The
media flow will pass through a turbine inside the machine, out through the
nozzles that rotate and create a criss-cross cleaning pattern inside the tank.
When the cleaning procedure is finalized the valves are to be closed.
SC 45TW is per standard delivered with two nozzles, sizes between Ø 11 mm
and Ø 18 mm.
This manual has been prepared as a guide to facilitate for persons who will be
operating and maintaining the tank cleaning machine. The key to long machine
life will always be carefully planned maintenance. If this is executed properly the
Scanjet SC 45TW will keep servicing you for years.

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2.  Safety Instructions

• If the machine is used in potentially explosive atmospheres then tapes or


joint sealing compounds, which are electrical insulators, must not be used
on threads or joints, unless an electrical connection is otherwise established
to ensure an effective grounding. Scanjet recommend that the connecting
pipe work is electrically conductive and grounded to the tank structure. It’s
important that the tank cleaning machine always is properly grounded. The
resistance between the nozzle and the tank structure should not exceed
20  000 Ohm. This is important in order to avoid any build up of static
electricity in the machine. For further information see CENELEC R044-001
Safety of Machinery, guidance and recommendations for the avoidance of
hazards due to static electricity.
• When the equipment is operating in potentially explosive atmospheres,
measures have to be taken to verify that the tank is inert at all times during
cleaning operation. This is to avoid sparks and possible explosions since fluids
moving at high velocities through air causes electrostatic build up in the
media. As an extra precaution the cleaning media could be made conductive.
• The machine should be installed in accordance with national regulations for
safety and other relevant regulations and standards.
• Precautions should be made to prevent starting of the tank cleaning
operation, while personnel are inside the tank or otherwise can be hit by
jets from the nozzle.
• In EU-countries the complete system has to comply with EU-machine
directive and should be CE-marked. In North America consult Underwriters
Laboratory for any specific regulatory needs relative to the entire CIP (Clean
In Place) System.
• Earmuffs should always be used when operating the machine.
• Be careful not to drop the tank cleaning machine/equipment when lifting
and/or carrying. Dropping the machine could cause serious injuries. Never
stand underneath the machine during mounting or operating.
• The equipment may only be used for tank cleaning operations as described
in this manual.
• The equipment has not been assessed as a safety related device as referred
to in directive 2014/34/EU Annex II, clause 1.5

Always follow these instructions before taking the SC 45TW into service!

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3.  General Description

The Scanjet SC 45TW is a media driven


and lubricated tank cleaning machine. No
lubrication substances such as oil grease etc.
are used.

Functional Principle
When cleaning media enters the machine it first
passes through a turbine and a worm gearbox,
then a nozzle housing leading it out through
the nozzles. The turbines rotation drives the
worm gearbox making the machine rotate
around its own axle on the same time as the
nozzle housing is forced to rotate.
A combined motion of the machine body and
the nozzle housing creates a criss-cross cleaning
pattern inside the tank. After 11 1/4 rotations, a first course pattern has been
created inside the tank as shown on fig 1. This process is repeated 4 times, each
time indexed from the other, until a full cleaning pattern is created inside the
tank walls as per fig 2. When this is finalized, after 47 rotations of the machine or
49 rotations of the nozzle housing, the first cycle will be repeated.
Cleaning of tanks is a process depending on a number of factors such as soilage of
the tank, distance between nozzles and tank walls, cleaning procedure, cleaning
agent, temperature and more. All of these factors need to be considered to
accomplish a proper cleaning.
The rotation speed of the machine is depending on flow rate through the
machine. Higher flow rate makes the turbine spin faster and because of this
the machine is equipped with different turbines according to nozzle size and
intended operating parameters.

Fig 1. After one cycle Fig 2. Full pattern

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4.  Technical Data

4.1.   Specifications

Weight : 16 kg (35,3 lb)


Inlet pressure No.
: 3-8 bar (40-115
Qty.
psi)
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Recommended pressure : 5-7 bar (70-100 psi)


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Max pressure : 12 bar (180 psi)


Max operating temperature : 95ºC (200ºF)
Max ambient temperature : 140ºC (284ºF)
Rotation speed : 2-4 rpm (see page 15)
Materials : Bronze, AISI316L, PEEK, PTFE, Ceramic
Adapter types
Portable Installation : 2” BSPP1
Fixed Installation : 2” BSPP1 , Flange adapter according to
specification below
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

(30)-120= 0.3

315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5

B
A

C
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

Adapter
Flange type Adapter Part No. ØA ØB ØC
PN16 DN50 40085-526 Ø165 Ø125 Ø18x4
PN 16 DN65 40085-646 Ø173 Ø140 Ø19x8
JIS 10/16K 40 40085-644 Ø140 Ø105 Ø19x4
JIS 10K 50 40085-625 Ø155 Ø120 Ø19x4
JIS 16K 50 40085-645 Ø155 Ø120 Ø19x8
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
This document is our property and shall not without our

facturing or communicated to any person or company.

JIS 10K 65 40085-626 Ø175 Ø140 Ø19x4


JIS 16K 65 40085-646 Ø175 Ø140 Ø19x8
ANSI 2” 150lb 40085-705 Ø152.4 Ø120.6 Ø19x4
General Tolerances Material Dimension Note
N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
1 British Standard
JC Pipe Thread Parallel
06-11-16 Glasblästras gram
Format Scale
Anslutningsadapter
E

A4 1:5
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo Adapter device
SWEDEN 40081-xx P01
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4.2.   Dimensions
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246 mm
(9,7 in)
356 mm
(14,0 in)

2"

130 mm
(5,1 in)
240 mm
304 mm
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

(9,4 in)
0.8
0.5

(12 in)
315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

104 mm
(4,1 in)
200 mm
(8,9 in)
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permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
facturing or communicated to any person or company.

Min. Rotation Min. Opening


380 mm 202 mm
(15,0 in) (8,0 in)
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
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SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01
5.  Performance Data

Performance data: The table below shows the flow and effective jet length
(radius) for each combination of inlet pressure and nozzle diameter. Other
nozzles and maximum jet lengths are available upon request.
1

Supply pressure MPa (Bar)


0,6 (6) 0,8 (8) 1,0 (10) 1,2 (12)
Jet Jet Jet Jet
Flow¹ Flow¹ Flow¹ Flow¹
Nozzle size length length length length
[m³/h] [m³/h] [m³/h] [m³/h]
[m] [m] [m] [m]
2 x Ø11mm 22 15 25 17 28 19 31 20
2 x Ø12mm 25 15 29 17 32,5 19 36 20
2 x Ø14mm 30 15 35 17 38,5 19 42,5 20
2 x Ø16mm 34 14 38 16 42 18 45 20
2 x Ø18mm 35 13 40 15 45 17 49 19

1 Because of variations in part wear, water temperature, installation etc., the flow may differ ±10% from
specified value.

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Flow versus pressure

m3/ h USgpm
50 220
2 x Ø18 mm
48 210

46 2 x Ø16 mm
200
44
190
2 x Ø14 mm
42
180
40
170
38

36 160 2 x Ø12 mm

34 150

32 140
2 x Ø11 mm
30 130
28
120
26
110
24
100
22
90
20
100 120 140 160 psi
90 110 130 150 170

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 bar

Inlet pressure has been measured at the machine inlet. In order to achieve the
performance indicated in these curves, the pressure drop in supply lines must be
taken into consideration.

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6.  Installation Instructions

General Installation Instructions: The Scanjet SC 45TW cleaning machine


should be installed in vertical position, upright or inverted.
Supply Line: It is recommended to install a filter in the supply line, in order
to avoid large particles lodging inside the machine. The portable SC 45TW is
fitted with strainers at the inlet. Before connecting the machine to the system, all
supply lines and valves should be flushed to remove foreign matter.
Cleaning Media: Only media compatible with the materials listed in the
reference list of parts for your model should be used, see “4. Technical Data”
on page 7.
After Use Cleaning: Depending on the type of cleaning that has been
performed and the type of cleaning media used, a procedure for after use
flushing of the cleaning system should be developed for your application. In
general, a fresh water flush is recommended after each cleaning.
Pressure: Hydraulic shocks may damage the system. In order to avoid shocks
increase pressure gradually from 0 to maximum operating pressure over 5-7
seconds. Do not exceed 14 Bar (200 PSI) inlet pressure! Higher pressure in
combination with higher flow rates will increase consumption of wear parts and
could result in major leakage.

WARNING! If the machine is used in potentially explosive


atmospheres then tapes or joint sealing compounds, which are
electrical insulators, must not be used on threads or joints, unless
an electrical connection is otherwise established to ensure an
effective grounding. Scanjet recommend that the connecting pipe
work is electrically conductive and grounded to the tank structure.
It’s important that the tank cleaning machine always is properly
grounded. This is important in order to avoid any build up of static
electricity in the machine.

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No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

6.1.   Connecting to Supply Line and Starting Up


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Never attach the Scanjet SC 45TW by grabbing the nozzles, as it could damage
the gears inside the machine. Always use proper tools and turn on the threaded
connection as shown in the picture below.
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5
315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.


skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för
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(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
facturing or communicated to any person or company.

SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5
315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
When
Törnedalsgatan threading
1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
SC45TW the
New inlet
Ø9-12 connection
mm of machine
SC45TW-S-XX to P01 cleaning media
the
This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-

connection, we recommend that Teflon tape or anotherSC45TW


appropriate anti-seizing
facturing or communicated to any person or company.

Ø9-16
compound is used, to avoid metal galling. Galling is when threads clamp together
and cannot easily be loosened. General Tolerances
N9
Material Dimension Note
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight

Starting up JC 05-03-24 gram


Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01
The machine will automatically start when there is a supply of cleaning media
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
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SC45TW Ø9-16
connected and flowing to the machine. The machine is self-lubricated by means
of the cleaning media, and self-draining through a hole in the bottom plate.

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6.2.   Calculation of Cleaning Time

Calculation of cleaning time for a full cycle


The cleaning time depends of the following:
Rotation speed of the main housing
A (rev./min.)

Number of rotations for full pattern


47 (turns)

Cleaning time
D (minutes)

Cleaning time D = 47
A

Example 1: The main body rotates with 2,5 turns per minute (checked with a
wristwatch when looking at the machine). How long time does it take to create
a first cleaning pattern in the tank?
A = 2,5 rev/min
A first pattern is created after 1 cycle!

Cleaning time D = 47/2.5 = 4.7 minutes


4
Note that after an additional 4 x 4.7 = 18.8 minutes a full cleaning pattern will
be created.

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Example 2: Calculation of cleaning time for getting out a certain amount of
cleaning media (prewash).
- The total flow Q (m³/h) through the nozzles at the specific pressure used is
taken from the table in “5. Performance Data” on page 9. The total flow in the
tank is then calculated by adding the flow from all machines used at the same
time in the tank.
- Needed amount of washing media R (m³) calculated as per Prewash Regulations
or other.
- The time T the machine must be in operation is then calculated as:

T = Rx60 (min)
Q

Example 3:
- Prewash rules gives that 6 m³ of cleaning media should be used.
- We have a tank with two (2) machines, each with 2 x Ø 12 mm nozzles, and will
operate the tank cleaning machine at 8 bar pressure.
- How long time should we operate the machine?
Solution
Machine data at page 9 shows that at 8 bar and 2 x Ø 12 mm nozzles will give
a flow of 29 m³/h per machine. Total flow will then be calculated adding both
machines giving a total flow in the tank of 58 m³/h.

Needed time T = 6x60 = 6.2 min


58

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6.3.   Speed Adjustment

The rotating speed of the machine can be adjusted by changing the position
of the conical turbine on its shaft. The speed will increase when lowering the
turbine and vice versa.
To change the speed, please proceed as follows:
1. Remove the inlet flange (47) by unlocking the locking plate (48) and remove
the bolts (49)
2. Loosen the contra nut (44) with a 19mm spanner and 4mm Allen key.
3. Turn the turbine to desired position and lock the contra nut.
4. The correct speed should be between 2-4 rpm ideal is 2,5-3 rpm. Be careful
not to screw the turbine too far down in the cone, this may cause the
machine to unexpectedly stop
No. because
Qty. the turbine is touching the
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49
48

47

44
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

(30)-120= 0.3

315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

Basic settings for turbine


Set the upper edge of the turbine down 15 mm from the upper edge of the
turbine cone. Then hold the turbine shaft fixed while locking the contra nut.

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company.
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7.  Operation

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7.1.   During Operation

If leakage is detected the seals inside the machine have to be changed.

NOTE! The leakage at


the nozzle housing and
between the adapter and
cover is normal and neces-
sary to flush the bearings.
During cold water rinsing
the leakage is consider-
ably higher then during
hot water rinsing.
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5
315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1
This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
facturing or communicated to any person or company.

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01
SC45TW Ø9-16

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8.  Maintenance

8.1.   Preventive Maintenance

In order to keep your Scanjet tank cleaning machine servicing you as an efficient
tool in your tank cleaning operations, it is essential to care for maintenance.
Following a simple maintenance program will keep your tank cleaning machine
in good condition and the machine will maintain its high performance.

Good maintenance is careful and regular attention!

The following recommended preventive maintenance program is based on tank


cleaning machines working in average conditions. However, a cleaning machine,
that has a rough and dirty job to do, will need more frequent attention than one
working in ideal conditions. It is recommended that the maintenance program is
adjusted to suit such a situation.
Only use proper tools when servicing the machine; see chapter “17. Tool Kit”
for Scanjet standard tool kit. Never use excessive force or hammer components
together or apart. Always follow all assembly/disassembly steps in the order
described in this manual. Never assemble components without previous cleaning;
this is especially important on all mating surfaces.

Change of bearings is recommended every 250 working hours


Change of gears is recommended every 500 working hours
See next page about “Service Kit”

When re-tightening the screws/bolts use Loctite 243. For other threads
there are instructions about the use of Loctite, read “8.5. Reassembly”
on page 24.

Using any other than Scanjet original parts will invalidate


the warranty.

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8.2.   Service Kit

Tank cleaning machines are installed and operated in extremely rough conditions.
In order to ensure continued safe operation of the Scanjet tank cleaning machines
it is advised to follow given service instructions.
Scanjet has identified components which should be checked at regular intervals
and replaced if necessary, because of wear or damage. This is important in order
to avoid unplanned stops or breakdowns and to assure safe, smooth and trouble
free operation of the tank cleaning. The components that may be subject to wear
and need of replacement have been included in service kits, naturally optimized
for each specific model and type of Scanjet tank cleaning machine.
Service intervals are described on the following page.
Service kits are rapidly available and easy to order, as well as being more
economical compared to ordering parts separately.
The service kits are specified at page 35 and forward.

Scanjet part no. Description


KIT 45TW-B-250-2 Wear kit for 250 hours service
KIT 45TW-B-500-2 Wear kit for 500 hours service
T 45 Scanjet basic tool kit including all necessary
tools to service the machine

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8.3.   Service intervals

Every 250 working hours


1. Order the service kit for 250-hours service “KIT 45TW-B-250-2”
2. Thoroughly flush the machine prior to disassembly and ensure that no
particles remain in the machine.
3. Disassemble the machine as described on the following pages. For 250-hours
service it’s not required to disassembly the gear box, unless needed.
4. Upon complete disassembly of the machine, all parts should be thoroughly
washed and/or degreased in the appropriate manner, then inspected
accordingly.
5. Inspect seals, bushings and gears for wear; locate position numbers from
“11. Exploded Drawing - SC 45TW” on page 28 and “12. Part List - SC
45TW” on page 29. Replace if unduly worn.
6. Reassemble the machine. A service card is included with this manual; see
page 38. This should be filled in each time service is performed on the
tank cleaning machine, so that a proper maintenance record/history is kept.

Every 500 working hours


1. Order the service kit for 500-hours service “KIT 45TW-B-500-2”
2. Do the same inspection as for 250-hours service but with a complete
disassembly of the machine, including the gear box.
3. Replace the parts in the service kit. Check all parts for wear, replace if
necessary.

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8.4.   Disassembly 49

48

1. Use a sharp tool, e.g. a flat


screwdriver, to unlock the locking
plates (pos. 48) on the connection

2. Undo the bolts (pos. 49) and


remove the connection 45
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5
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No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.


för
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0.1 firma.
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3=eller

3. Loosen the contra nut with help of


tillverkning eller delges annan person

box wrench no. 19 and Allen key


no. 4

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4. Unscrew turbine and remove


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facturing or communicated to any person or company.


tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.

turbine cone

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

(30)-120= 0.3

Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface


is our
in writing

Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight


315)-1000=
(120)-315=

JC 05-03-24 gram
This document

Format Scale
permission

SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm


E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

SWEDEN

5. Remove the nozzles by unlocking


the stopscrews in the nozzle
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5

housing
315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

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facturing or communicated to any person or company.


(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

6. If needed, withdraw the nozzles


General Tolerances Material Dimension Note
N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m
Designer
from the nozzle tubes
Gen. surface
Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01
his document is our property and shall not without our
ermission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
cturing or communicated to any person or company.

Note
Page 20 of 40 #SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926
General Tolerances Material Dimension
N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

This document is our property and shall not without our (30)-120= 0.3 Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu- 0.5-3= 0.1 (120)-315= 0.5 skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för
facturing or communicated to any person or company. (3)-30= 0.2 315)-1000= 0.8 tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.

Designer
JC
Tolerance ISO 2768-m
housing

SWEDEN
Date
General Tolerances
Gen. surface

Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo


N9

05-03-24

10. Turn the machine


Drawer
Material

remove the gearbox

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926


12. Pull out the turbine shaft
Date

upside down
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts
t is our property and shall not without our (30)-120= 0.3 Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt
writing be altered, copied, used for manu- 0.5-3= 0.1 This
(120)-315=
document0.5is our property and shall not without our skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för (30)-120= 0.3 Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt
mmunicated to any person or company. (3)-30= 0.2 permission in writing
315)-1000= 0.8 be altered, copied, used for manu- tillverkning eller delges annan person 0.5-3= 0.1
eller firma. (120)-315= 0.5 skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för
facturing or communicated to any person or company. (3)-30= 0.2 315)-1000= 0.8 tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.

Dimension

SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm

Designer
JC
Designer
JC
Surface treatment

SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm

Tolerance ISO 2768-m


7. Undo the bolts in the nozzle housing cover

Tolerance ISO 2768-m

Date
General Tolerances
Date

SWEDEN

Gen. surface
General Tolerances
11. Undo the bolts (pos. 25) in the bottom plate to
Gen. surface

N9

05-03-24
9. Note the two O-rings (pos. 12) inside the nozzle

N9

05-03-24

Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo

Drawer
Material
Drawer
Material
E
Note

Weight
gram
8

Date
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr.

Date
No.
No.

25
Qty.

SC45TW-S-XX
Qty.
8. Withdraw cover, bearing ring (pos. 8), gear and nozzle housing

A4
Format

Dimension
Dimension
Revision

Surface treatment
Scale
12

P01

SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm


Surface treatment
1:2.6

SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm


SC45TW Ø9-16
Revision note

Page 21 of 40
Revision note

Note

Weight
Note

gram
Weight
gram

Drawing no. / Ritningsnr.


Date
Date

SC45TW-S-XX
A4
Ins.

Format
Ins.

Revision
Scale
Sign.

1:2

P01
Sign.
skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopier
tillverkning eller delges annan perso
Denna handling är vår egendom oc
No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt
13. Undo the bolts (pos. 15) in the gear, which is

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


also fixed in the stator

SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

(30)-120= 0.3

315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1
14. Remove the gear, bearings and the stator
15

No. Qty. Revision note Date I

15. Check all O-rings bearings and ball bearings

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


for wear and change if needed.
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-


(30)-120= 0.3

This document is our property and shall not without our


315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5

facturing or communicated to any person or company.


(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

38
39 General Tolerances Material Dimension Note
N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight

41 JC 05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign. A4 1:2


Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01
skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för
Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt

SWEDEN
tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
This document is our property and shall not without our

facturing or communicated to any person or company.

SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5
315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

Gearbox General Tolerances


N9
Material Dimension Note
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface


Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight

16. Undo the stopscrew


JC and sleeve assembly
05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2.7
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01

32
17. Remove the retaining ring (pos.
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5

32) that is placed on the gear


315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

shaft, next to the gear. This could


This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-

be a bit difficult; a suggestion is to


facturing or communicated to any person or company.
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

use two narrow screwdrivers.

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-12-09 gram
Forma
Växellåda SC45TW SMST
E

18. Pull out the horizontal gear shaft and gear, be careful not to damage the Drawing no. / Ritningsnr.
A4
R

gear teeth. Gearbox SC45TW ASM Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo


SWEDEN 40151-0
40
This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
facturing or communicated to any person or company.

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface

Page 22 of 40 Designer
JC
Date
05-12-09
Drawer Date
#SC 45TW-BR 18  – gram
180926
Surface treatment Weight

Format Scale
Växellåda SC45TW SMST
E

A4 1.2:1
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
Gearbox SC45TW ASM 40151-0 P01
No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


19. Undo the stopscrew to pull up the vertical gear shaft and remove the gear.
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5
(3)-30= 0.2 315)-1000=
0.5-3= 0.1 (120)-315=
(30)-120=

No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.


skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för
Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.

20. If needed, change the bearings (pos. 30) by carefully pressing out the
bearings. Use a punch pin (or similar) to carefully remove the sleeve assembly
0.5 is our property and shall not without our
in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-

in the middle (pos. 20) if needed


facturing or communicated to any person or company.

20

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-12-09
30 gram
This document
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

permission0.8

Format Scale
Växellåda SC45TW SMST
E
30 A4 1:2
315)-1000=
(120)-315=

Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision


(30)-120=

Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo


SWEDEN
Gearbox SC45TW ASM 40151-0 P01
40151-0
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1
This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
facturing or communicated to any person or company.

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
JC 05-12-09 gram
Format Scale
Växellåda SC45TW SMST
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
Gearbox SC45TW ASM 40151-0 P01
40151-0

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926 Page 23 of 40


No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


8.5.   Reassembly

Gearbox 20

1. Start by putting together the gearbox, Loctite 638

if the bearings have been changed

SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5
carefully press them into places. Use

315)-1000=
(120)-315=
Loctite 638 on bearing (pos. 20).
(30)-120=

(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

2. Be careful not to damage the gear teeth while mounting the gear and gear No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

shafts. First assemble the vertical gear and gear shaft. Turn the gear and
gear shaft to make the holes concentric. This enable the stopscrew to lock it
properly. Use Loctite 243 on stopscrew.
This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
facturing or communicated to any person or company.

3. Assemble the horizontal gearshaft, place the gear upon it and lock with the
General Tolerances Material Dimension Note
retaining ring (pos. 32) Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
N9

Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight


JC 05-12-09 gram
Format Scale
Växellåda SC45TW SMST
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
Gearbox SC45TW ASM 40151-0 P01
40151-0

18

Loctite 243 20

22 24 21 30

36

35
Loctite 243
30
32
27
28
29
30
33

4. Tighten the sleeve assembly (pos. 22) but make sure the gear rotates freely.
General Tolerances
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
N9
Material Dimension Note

Lock the stopscrew


Designer
JC
(pos. 21), use Loctite 243.
05-12-09
Date Drawer
gram
Date Surface treatment Weight

Format Scale
Växellåda SC45TW SMST
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
Gearbox SC45TW ASM 40151-0 P01
40151-0

Page 24 of 40 #SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926


skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, anv
tillverkning eller delges annan person eller f
Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej
5. Insert the stator, turn the machine upside 15
down and place the bearings, gear and
bolts, as shown on the picture, into the
main housing. Tighten the bolts (pos. 15)
diagonally, use Loctite 243. 8

SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts


13

(30)-120= 0.3

315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5
6. Place the turbine shaft and gearbox
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1
in housing. Tighten the bolts (pos.25)
diagonally, use Loctite 243.

7. Mount the nozzle housing, the gear, bearing and cover on the main housing.
Tighten the bolts (pos. 10) diagonally, use Loctite 243.
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
This document is our property and shall not without our

facturing or communicated to any person or company.

8. Mount the nozzles and lock them with the stop screws. Use the Loctite 577
on all the threads on the nozzles and
General nozzle
Tolerances
N9
tubes, and Loctite
Material Dimension243 on the Note

stopscrews. Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment


Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Weight
JC 05-03-24 gram
Format Scale
SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01

9. Insert the turbine cone and turbine. It is important to get the right speed
on the turbine, check “6.3. Speed Adjustment” on page 15. Lock the
turbine position with the contra nut.

10. Place the connection upon the housing and fasten the locking plates and
bolts. Use Loctite 243. Bend up the corners of the locking plate to lock the
bolts.

11. Testrun the machine to check that everything is working as it should.

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926 Page 25 of 40


9.  Trouble Shooting Guide

Symptom: Tank cleaning machine will not clean


1. No or insufficient liquid flow.
a. Check fluid supply to ensure that pressure and flow as per the operating
curves are being observed. For this to be properly accomplished, you
should install a pressure gauge as close to the machine inlet as possible,
not further from the tank cleaning machine than 4,5 m or 15 feet.
2. Tank cleaning machine inlet is blocked.
a. Check inlet of machine; position 47; and ensure that no debris or
particles is present. Remember that it was advised earlier in this manual
(page 11) to employ a filter in the supply line.
3. Tank cleaning nozzles are blocked.
a. Remove and dismantle the nozzles, position 1 and 3, and check for any
foreign matter. If present, remove and then reassemble nozzles.

Symptom: Tank cleaning machine will not rotate


4. Bevel gears are blocked.
a. If foreign matter has entered the machine and passed through the
body, it may have lodged itself in the bevel gears; position 7 and 40. To
check these areas refer to “8.4. Disassembly” on page 20. Take care
to review the gearing and ensure that there is no damage that could
prevent operation.
5. Gearbox rotation is restricted.
a. If foreign matter has entered through the stator, position 40, it may have
lodged itself in the gearbox; to perform an inspection see disassembly
instructions.
6. Worn parts; replacements required.
a. After items 1-5 above have been checked; it may be necessary to replace
parts due to normal wear associated with your type of operation (or
possible damage). One of the best ways to determine the need to
replace parts is a visual inspection of the primary wear parts as indicated
on the list at “15. Service Kit Contents” on page 35.

Symptom: Tank cleaning machine runs with wrong speed


7. Check that the pressure and flow is correct.
8. Try changing the rotation speed by adjusting turbine as described on page 15.

Page 26 of 40 #SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926


10.  How to Order Spare Parts

To order spare parts please contact our “Spare Parts Department” at


spares@scanjet.se or see contact information on page 2.
Using any other than Scanjet original parts will invalidate the warranty.
Scanjet has prepared Service kit due to regular maintenance, see “15. Service Kit
Contents” on page 35 for further information. No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


Please note that each machine is marked at the housing as showed on fig below.
When ordering spare parts the following data must be referred to for securing a
correct and rapid delivery.

Company name: Name


Invoice address: Customer name and address
Contact person: Customer responsible person
SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

0.3

0.8
0.5

Your order no:


315)-1000=
(120)-315=
(30)-120=

Contact person: Customer contact person


(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

Mode of delivery: By mail, courier etc.


Shipping address:
Serial no.
Shipping mark: Marking of delivery
This document is our property and shall not without our
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-

Equipment model: SC 45TW - Bronze, and nozzle size


facturing or communicated to any person or company.

Serial no: Serial numbers of machines


General Tolerances Material Dimension Note
N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight

JC 05-03-24 gram Format Scale


SC45TW Nytt utf Ø9-12 mm
E

A4 1:2
Spare Part List:
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
SC45TW New Ø9-12 mm SC45TW-S-XX P01
SC45TW Ø9-16

Pos Part No. Qty Description

........ ............................. .......... .............................................................

........ ............................. .......... .............................................................

........ ............................. .......... .............................................................

........ ............................. .......... .............................................................

........ ............................. .......... .............................................................

........ ............................. .......... .............................................................

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926 Page 27 of 40


11.  Exploded Drawing - SC 45TW

List dated 2018-09-26

51
50
49

48
49
47 39
48

47 11

46
45
44
43

38
42

13
1
41
8
2
14
40
3 15

16

10

12 37
17 30
6 18 36
35
7 19
8 20 30
13 21
9
33
32 31

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Format Scale
SC45TW Brons (nytt utf.)
E

A4 1:4
Marine Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
SC45TW Bronze (new) SC45TW-B-N P01

Page 28 of 40 #SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926


12.  Part List - SC 45TW

List dated 2018-09-26


NOTE! Part number may be changed without prior notice. Final part numbers
will be issued for “ship set manual”.
Depending on nozzle size there is some parts that differ. See chapter “14. Basic
Settings” on page 33 for information about your specific settings.

Part List - SC 45TW - Bronze


Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-xx 2 Nozzle (“xx” is nozzle diameter)
2 105087 2 Bolt
3 50156-085-S 2 Nozzle Tube
4 50158 2 Flow Guide
5 105089 2 Bolt
6 40162-25-3 1 Nozzle Housing
7 40149 1 Gear
8 40037-2 2 Ball Bearing
9 40166 1 Cover
10 104726 6 Bolt
11 40165 1 Housing
12 110425 2 O-ring
13 40035 2 Bearing Ring
14 40147 1 Gear
15 104741 6 Bolt
16 40098 1 Turbine Shaft Assembly Incl. pos 17
17 1 Precision Ball
18 1 Bearing
19 1 Bearing
20 40062 1 Bearing Sleeve Assembly Incl. pos 18, 19
21 105096 1 Bolt
22 40099 1 Bearing Sleeve Assembly
23 1 Bearing
24 1 Bearing
25 104726 6 Bolt
26 40064 1 Bottom Plate Bronze

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926 Page 29 of 40


Part List - SC 45TW - Bronze
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
27 104713 4 Bolt
28 40012-2 1 Gear
29 40031 1 Hub
30 40026 3 Bearing
31 1 Precision Ball
32 120302 1 Retaining Ring
33 40197 1 Worm Gear Assembly Incl. pos 31
35 105098 1 Bolt
36 40156 1 Gear
37 40016 1 Gear
38 110442 2 O-ring
39 110454 2 O-ring
40 40148 1 Stator
41 40028 1 Bearing
42 20018-xx 1 Turbine Cone Acc. to order
43 40011-xx 1 Turbine Acc. to order
44 40040 1 Nut
45 40036 1 Bearing
46 40046 1 Top Bearing
47 40072 1 Adapter 2” BSP
40085-xx 1 Connection Adapter Optional See page 7
48 40088 2 Locking Plate
49 104444 8 Bolt
50 70075 1 Strainer
51 70098 1 Retaining Ring

Page 30 of 40 #SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926


13.  Optional Accessories - Rubber Bumper

Scanjet is able to supply some optional accessories that might be included in your
delivery; these can also be ordered afterwards.
Rubber Bumper
This is a system to protect the tank wall and deck coating from damage if the
machine is hanging from a rubber hose in rough sea. It also protects against
sparks when handling and operating the machine. It consists of two rubber
protections that cover the nozzle and the bottom of the machine.

SC 45TW

Rubber Protection

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926 Page 31 of 40


13.1.   Exploded Drawing - Rubber Bumper

This kit can be ordered as part no. “RB 45”

Part List - Rubber Bumper


Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 40071 2 Hose clamp
2 41089-2 1 Rubber protection
3 40070 1 Rubber bumper bottom
4 41082 3 Pipe
5 106105 3 Washer
6 120426 3 Bolt

Page 32 of 40 #SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926


14.  Basic Settings

This lists serves as guidance for ordering spare parts depending on the number
and size of the nozzles on the machine. This list may be changed without prior
notice.

Nozzle size Ø 11 mm
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-11 2 Nozzle Ø 11
42 20018-44 1 Turbine Sleeve Ø 44
43 40011-40 1 Turbine T2 Ø 40
46 40046 1 Top Bearing Housing

Nozzle size Ø 12 mm
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-12 2 Nozzle Ø 12
42 20018-42 1 Turbine Sleeve Ø 42
43 40029-40 1 Turbine T1 Ø 40
46 40046 1 Top Bearing Housing

Nozzle size Ø 13 mm
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-13 2 Nozzle Ø 13
42 20018-44 1 Turbine Sleeve Ø 44
43 40029-42 1 Turbine T1 Ø 42
46 40046 1 Top Bearing Housing

Nozzle size Ø 14 mm
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-14 2 Nozzle Ø 14
42 20018-44 1 Turbine Sleeve Ø 44
43 40029-42 1 Turbine T1 Ø 42
46 40046 1 Top Bearing Housing

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926 Page 33 of 40


Nozzle size Ø 15 mm
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-15 2 Nozzle Ø 15
42 20018-46 1 Turbine Sleeve Ø 46
43 40029-44 1 Turbine T1 Ø 44
46 40046 1 Top Bearing Housing

Nozzle size Ø 16 mm
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-16 2 Nozzle Ø 16
42 20018-50 1 Turbine Sleeve Ø 50
43 40029-44 1 Turbine T1 Ø 44
46 40046 1 Top Bearing Housing

Nozzle size Ø 18 mm
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
1 50154-18 2 Nozzle Ø 18
42 20018-50 1 Turbine Sleeve Ø 50
43 40029-44 1 Turbine T1 Ø 44
46 40046 1 Top Bearing Housing

Page 34 of 40 #SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926


15.  Service Kit Contents

Service kits are rapidly available and easy to order, as well as being more
economical compared to ordering of parts individually. This list is a guide when
ordering service kits and may be changed without prior notice.

KIT 45TW-B-250-2
Service Kit 250-hours
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
10 104726 6 Bolt
12 110425 2 O-ring
38 110442 2 O-ring
39 110454 2 O-ring
48 40088 2 Locking Plate
49 104444 3 Bolt

KIT 45TW-B-500-2
Service Kit 500-hours
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description
8 40037-2 2 Ball Bearing
10 104726 6 Bolt
12 110425 2 O-ring
13 40035 2 Bearing Ring
15 104741 6 Bolt
20 40062 1 Sleeve Assembly Incl. Pos. 18, 19
25 104726 6 Bolt
27 104713 4 Bolt
28 40012-2 1 Gear
29 40031 1 Hub
30 40026 3 Bearing
32 120302 1 Retaining Ring
33 40197 1 Worm Gear Assembly Incl. Pos. 31
36 40156 1 Gear
38 110442 2 O-ring
39 110454 2 O-ring
41 40028 1 Bearing
48 40088 2 Locking Plate
49 104444 3 Bolt

#SC 45TW-BR 18  –  180926 Page 35 of 40


16.  Spare Part Kit

Spare part kit SC 45TW


This spare part kit can also be ordered as Scanjet part no. S 45-2
Pos. Part No. Qty. Description Material
PTFE / Glass /
8 40037-2 2 Ball Bearing
AISI 316
12 110425 1 O-ring PTFE
15 104741 3 Bolt AISI 316
25 104726 3 Bolt AISI 316
30 40026 1 Bearing PEEKmod
38 110442 1 O-ring PTFE
39 110454 1 O-ring PTFE
41 40028 1 Bearing PTFE
48 40088 2 Locking Plate AISI 316
49 104444 3 Bolt AISI 316

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No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt
17.  Tool Kit

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


For normal maintenance and operation the following tools are included in
Scanjet tool kit:
This tool kit can also be ordered as Scanjet part no. T 45 No. Qty.
168,3
Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


Denna handling är vår egendom och får ej utan vårt

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


Pos. Part no. Qty. Description

1 12030 1 Box wrench 10 mm No. Qty. Revision note Date Ins. Sign.

skriftliga medgivande ändras, kopieras, användas för


utan vårt

tillverkning eller delges annan person eller firma.


och får ejparts

(30)-120= 0.3

315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5
2 12046 1 Box wrench 19 mm handling 2768-m for machined
är vår egendom

(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1
DennaSS-ISO

SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

242,25
(30)-120= 0.3

315)-1000= 0.8
(120)-315= 0.5
3 12060 1 Set of Allen keys
(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

A machine ordered for portable installation is


SS-ISO 2768-m for machined parts

permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-


our
(30)-120= 0.3

facturing or communicated to any person or company.


not without0.8
(120)-315= 0.5

always delivered with a tool for mounting the


and shall 315)-1000=

machine on the supply line when delivered, see


(3)-30= 0.2
0.5-3= 0.1

“6.1. Connecting to Supply Line and Starting


This document is our property

permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-


This document is our property and shall not without our

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


facturing or communicated to any person or company.

Up” on page 12. The spanner can also be Tolerance ISO 2768-m
Designer Date
Gen. surface
N9
Cr-V
Drawer Date
NV 10mm
Surface treatment Weight

ordered separately as Scanjet part no. 95145-55 JC 09-12-17 gram


Format Scale
U-ringnyckel
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo U Cap-key
General Tolerances Material Dimension Note

SWEDEN
N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface 1,5 - 6 mm 12030 P00
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
NP 10-03-22 gram
Format Scale
Insexkit
E

A4 1:2
permission in writing be altered, copied, used for manu-
This document is our property and shall not without our

facturing or communicated to any person or company.

Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision


Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
Set of Allen Keys 12060 P01

General Tolerances Material Dimension Note


N9
Tolerance ISO 2768-m Gen. surface SS 5204 52
Designer Date Drawer Date Surface treatment Weight
NP 09-01-12 gram
Format Scale
Fast nyckel
E

A4 1:2
Drawing no. / Ritningsnr. Revision
Törnedalsgatan 1, 275 21 Sjöbo
SWEDEN
Hose spanner 95145-52 P01

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18.  Service Card

Model Number of Machine: _____________ Serial No.: _______________

Nozzle Diameter: _______________ mm

No. of
Date working Maintenance Actions/Exchanged Parts Sign
hours

0 Machine put into operation

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No. of
Date working Maintenance Actions/Exchanged Parts Sign
hours

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